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Old   April 8, 2019, 10:06
Default Ansa sequential batchmesh sessions run very slow
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Hello there, I am very new to scripting in Ansa so I want to ask a question because I can't figure it out on my own...
So, i have managed to write a script which opens an ansa file, runs batch mesh, runs some fix quality python scripts and lastly it outputs to fluent. So my thought is that, now that I have the script working, I could just copy the lines many times so that I can run several sequential ansa files and create many outputs without me needing to interfere. The problem is that once I start the script, the first batch mesh runs very slowly and the next batch mesh won't even finish running. Is there a simple solution to this? (I am guessing that it involves some ram stacking issues? ).
And lastly, maybe I can do this at a windows powershell level, like a bat file that opens ansa runs the python script and the closes ansa and repeats all over again.
Thank you in advance and sorry for the long post , any suggestions will be helpful.
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Old   June 14, 2019, 11:09
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Hello,

It will be very hard to help you without sharing your script.
If you like to get some feedback, please share your script in order to optimize it for you.

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